Wednesday, 15 August 2012

Back on the Blocks

Well after my vinyl attempt I am reverting back to form... Well, block and wanted to try out a few black animals that I could white out rather than shade in.

Sticking with Haworth I have incuded a black bull. After Branwells drinking haunt...

A crow as there are loads of them circling the church...

...Oh and a black horse...

A close up of the nags head.

The black cat... Maybe it needs a black rat to catch??

Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Mmmm Printeresting?

I remember the records. The getting up to change the album over and placing the needle into the groove of the track I wanted to hear..

I found a use for some of the records we have at the gallery for the ...erm...secret thing we are going to do with loads of records..

Please don't worry, though it says 'rock & Roll' on the cut no good music was damaged during the making of this print...

With the 'record press'/mangle it sort of made sense to put some old garments through its rollers for old times sake...

Just the right width for some of the old shirts I had in the rag bag... Hmmm? Interesting...

Friday, 3 August 2012

Free copy...

I have been out today putting up some prints around Haworth for folk to find, If you do find any just take the one and I will see how many I pick up again on Monday... weather permitting ...

One of the tardis that are top'n'bottom...

T'other tardis... Should two tardis be tardi?

This is what it looks like behind the scaffold.


have you ever bin ere?

Hope someone feels the free print is worth the charges :)

Starts with a 'P', ends in a 'B' and I can see 'U' in it :)
Happy hunting

Thursday, 2 August 2012


This week I have managed to get a trial run of one of the cuts for a local poster.

Haworth church. Did this with one colour and a wash block.

Overlaying the blue skies and yellow stone work blends for a nice green.

It almost looks sunny in Haworth.

Hopefully our new business cards will get folk in wanting some cool business cards and coming in to make their own.

It was great using the old spacing methods to square up the flyers.

Hope our limited run of flyers really do fly.

I wonder what tales these letters have told?

For the final shot we cut to the chase